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Leopold Pfefferberg (1913–2001)

Concentration camp survivor whose life was saved by Oskar Schindler. As #173 on Schindler's famous list, his life was spared and he worked in a factory until the end of the war. He later immigrated to the United States where he opened a successful leather goods business. It was at his business that Australian author Thomas Keneally walked in to ... See full bio »

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Holocaust survivor. It was he who told novelist Thomas Keneally the story that became the book and movie Schindler's List (1993).



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